Blue camo stretch jeans using Vogue 8774!

I have made so many pairs of these jeans, I’ve lost count. It’s one of those patterns that I have altered to fit me the way I like. This time around though, I used a very stretchy blue camouflage denim. There’s probably close to 25% stretch in the fabric. I had originally bought it to make another pair of the Jalie pull-on jeans (shown here). 

The material was a little difficult initially to work with because of the amount of stretch in the fabric. That took a little getting used to. But I do love the results.


This is shown with the Burda Style black turtleneck I made here

This pattern is really a classic jeans pattern. I use a jean button rather than the hook and eye closure in the instructions. If you want a great jeans pattern or want to try something like this for yourself, I think this is a terrific pattern to use. Maybe in another post, I’ll show you what my pattern pieces look like and how I get really reusable pattern pieces for those TNT patterns!

10 thoughts on “Blue camo stretch jeans using Vogue 8774!

  1. These look great! Im really hoping to work on those TNT patterns…It takes so much time to get things just right fit-wise and then (hopefully) the payoff is enormous when you can make a bunch of the same pattern! Hoping to get there sooner than later…

  2. These jeans look great! And comfortable. I will look into this pattern for pants next time I consider making some.

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